They grow up so fast, and before you know it the training wheels are coming off and your little ones are asking you for a big kids’ bike. Look no further than the XLite Boys’ 18” kids’ bike: recommended for ages 5-9. The XLite 18” is where the kids’ bike starts to evolve past a training level bike and into something your youngster can take out over longer distances.
The aluminium alloy frame that forms the foundation of the XLite has proven to be the most suitable material for any young rider. At such a light weight, it is easier to handle and easier for mum and dad to pick up and carry around. The stiffness of the alloy frame means that your child is using less energy to pedal effectively.
The goal of the XLite 18” is to put your little one in control, and fill them with confidence in their own abilities. With the reliability of front ‘V’ Brakes and rear coaster brakes, your child can feel secure stopping on a dime.
For the support of growing spines, the XLite features lower handlebars and a comfortable saddle. The ergonomically designed frame aims to increase pedal efficiency and encourage a good weight distribution.
Give your youngster confidence in the saddle with the XDs XLite Boys’ 18”.
Lightweight Alloy Frame
Parents will love the XLITE’s lightweight full aluminium alloy frame and forks. Easier to carry and transport for mum and dad, and easier to pedal and control for the little ones. The lighter frame is more responsive to the commands of the rider, and greater stiffness makes pedalling more efficient when less energy is lost in the flexing of the frame.
Support their growing spines with an ergonomic posture. A comfortable saddle and lower handlebars creates a healthier seating position for kids. The XLITE frame is designed to improve support and performance in a number of key areas: posture, pedalling efficiency, and weight distribution.
Safe and Sound
On the XLITE your little ones can stop with confidence thanks to front alloy ‘V’ Brakes and rear coaster brakes. The coaster hub lets your child coast like a freewheel, but pedalling backwards engages the coaster brake and brings your little one safely to a stop.